Heart o’ the Hills

Role: Mavis Hawn
Co-stars: Harold Goodwin, Allan Sears, Fred Huntley, Clare McDowell, Sam De Grasse, John Gilbert
Prod/Dist Co: Mary Pickford Company/First National Exhibitors’ Circuit
Director: Joseph De Grasse, Sidney Franklin
Screenwriter: Bernard McConville and Madeline Matzen, based on the 1913 novel The Heart of the Hills by John Fox, Jr.
Cinematographer: Charles Rosher
Filming Location:San Bernardino Mountains near Redlands, CA and Big Bear Lake
Produced by Mary Pickford

Original review from Photoplay (Feb. 1920):

Mary Pickford herself, as the wild little Mavis Hawn, once more enters into her physical descriptions with the fury of a novice who has everything to gain and nothing to lose – and the painstaking care and cunning detail of the celebrated performer who has everything to lose and very little to gain: altogether, an unbeatable combination of talents.


The Hoodlum

Role: Amy Burke
Co-stars: Ralph Lewis, Kenneth Harlan, Dwight Crittendon, Melvin Messenger, Aggie Herring, Andrew Arbuckle
Prod/Dist Co: Mary Pickford Company/First National Exhibitors’ Circuit
Director: Sidney Franklin
Screenwriter: Based on the 1915 novel  Burkses Amy  by Julie Mathilde Lippmann
Cinematographer: Charles Rosher
Produced by Mary Pickford

Original review from  Variety  (Sept. 5, 1919):

Whatever others may hand to the First National with the idea of slipping the same thing past the public, Mary Pickford gives that organization the real goods. … ‘The Hoodlum’ will pack them in as it did this week locally, and, better still, it will send them away delighted and happy, for this little blonde star’s amazing talents are hers lightly and charmingly in evidence.


Daddy-Long-Legs

Role: Jerusha ‘Judy’ Abbott
Co-stars: Milla Davenport, Percy Haswell, Mahlon Hamilton, Fay Lemport, Lillian Langdon, Wesley Barry, Marshall Neilan
Prod/Dist Co: Mary Pickford Company/First National Exhibitors’ Circuit
Director: Marshall Neilan
Screenwriter: Agnes Christine Johnson and Mary Pickford (uncredited), based on the 1912 novel by Jean Webster
Cinematographer: Charles Rosher
Filming Location: Busch Gardens in Pasadena, CA
Produced by Mary Pickford

Original review from the  Los Angeles Times  (May 19, 1919):

… You’ve never known Mary Pickford or ‘Daddy-Long-Legs’ either until you’ve seen them in the marvelous picture brew which that amazingly clever young star has given us. ‘Daddy-Long-Legs’ was delicious as a story; delightful as a play, and is entrancing as a picture. A crowded house went fairly into raptures yesterday, and applause, even at that cold 12:45 performance…